Having Money and Knowing How to Spend It Are Two Different Things
As we said having money and knowing how to spend it are two different things. This is supported by several examples of how the stars are spending (wasting) it.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
Angelina and Brad have recently spent $ 4,000 on curry and a drink in a London restaurant. They took five friends and two bodyguards with them and ordered literally a bunch of food and beverage. It is clear that for this money they could’ve fed a small village, but who are we to judge?
Lady Gaga is afraid of ghosts. She allegedly spent more than $ 50,000 only on a device that should keep ghosts away from their home.
Nicolas Cage is already known for unnecessary purchases. Once he gave the $ 276,000 for a dinosaur skull. It is interesting that in the auction for that “inevitable item in every household” Cage surpassed Leonardo di Caprio who also wanted a piece of dinosaur. No wonder there are stories circling the Hollywood that Cage is soon going to bankrupt.
It is no secret that designer’s clothes is too expensive, but Beyonce proved that there is something more expensive that ordinary expensive. She even spent $ 100,000 for Balenciaga tights! Do you thik that’s too much for thights? Well, she doesn’t.
Prince Azim of Burnei
Prince Azim of Brunei is very generous, and more importantly eager to make real friendships. But buying good friends is not a good way for making them. Anyway, he bought Mariah Carey a jewlery set worth $ 6 000 000!!! How to spend money he probably learned from his father, the Sultan of Burnei, who is already known for buying expensive gifts (with more than 6 zeros) to female pop singers.
Bono Vox (lead singer of U2)
Bono Vox is a famous spender. So it is no surprise that he paid $ 1,700 just for a flight from Rome to London, so that his people could bring him a hat he forgot in London earlier that day.
Victoria adores birkin bags, handbags of the famous house “Hermes“. She has lots of them and non is cheaper than $ 9 000. It is said that her collection is worth more than two million dollars.